A sapphire is smooth, glittery, and blue in colour. A cloud is calm, cool, mellow, and blue in colour. The blue lotus is soft, refreshing, and fragrant. The qualities of these three combined and mixed with the sweet nectar of divine love do, to some small extent, describe the blue-complexioned divine form of Shri Krishna ...
Roopdhyan, absorbing the mind in loving remembrance on a self-created form of God, is a unique kind of meditation introduced by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. Whatever devotion a person may practice, the mind must be engaged in visualising a form of God. This is the essence of spirituality. Kripaluji stresses that in bhakti yoga, if an aspirant's mind is absorbed in thoughts other than God or guru then that spiritual practice is like a body without a soul. Shri Krishna Dvadashi intends to assist aspiring practitioners of bhakti to absorb their mind more and more in the Lord of Love Himself, Shri Krishna.
The sentiments of these 12 bhakti songs are charming and tender, and the imagery they create is vivid and captivating. Kripalu Ji Maharaj describes the unparalleled beauty of Krishna's cheeks, arms and eyes, the elegance of His broad chest and shoulders, the lustre of His forehead that is adorned with a musk-scented tilak and an effulgent crown, and the intoxicating fragrance that emanates from every pore of His blue-complexioned body.
|Theme||Classics, Devotional Songs & Bhajans, Philosophy / Tattvagyan, Roopdhyan, Short & Quick Reads|
|Author||Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj|
|Publisher||Radha Govind Samiti|
|Number of pages||32|
|Dimension||22cm X 14.5cm X 0.3cm|